Balkans | The signing of a coalition agreement in Bosnia and Herzegovina paves the way for the formation of the government

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Following general elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina on 2 October, a coalition agreement paving the way for the formation of a state-level government was signed in the capital, Sarajevo.

After the agreement signed between the Democratic Union of Croatia (HDZ), the Union of Independent Social Democrats (SNSD) and the “eight” coalition of opposition parties based in Sarajevo, it was announced that a government would be formed in Bosnia and Herzegovina as soon as possible.

The President of the HDZB, Dragan Ković, stated that they will work to form the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and said, “We promised to be an important development when we received the status of a candidate country for accession to the European Union (EU). We have achieved it.” He said.

SNSD leader and President of Republika Srpska (RS), one of the two entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Milorad Dodik said that this is the first time that such an agreement has been reached in the country, and said: “The government should be formed as soon as possible and serious issues should be addressed for the first time.” One, everyone agreed that we needed to move on.” He said.

SDP Chairman Nermin Niksic, who made a statement on behalf of the “eighty” coalition, indicated that they decided to embrace differences and work in cooperation.

Meanwhile, it was announced in previous coalition talks that an agreement had been reached that Brjana Kristo of the HDZ would become the chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and that Nermin Nexić would become the prime minister of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Herzegovina.

After the last elections, the government can be formed in Bosnia and Herzegovina after 14 months.

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